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This page contains images and information about conditions affecting the female infant's buttocks, or bottom. The baby's bottom is usually covered by a diaper, thus creating a warm, dark, moist environment for many common rashes and irritations to flourish. Some frequent complaints include diaper rash, yeast infection, herpes simplex virus, infection of the hair follicle (folliculitis), and skin infection (cellulitis). The pictures below illustrate these conditions. Click these images to link to more information about each diagnosis, including recommendations for home therapy and guidance on when to make an appointment with your infant's doctor.
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Allergic Contact Dermatitis (Pediatric) This image displays a red patch of contact dermatitis on the buttocks.
Birthmark (Congenital Melanocytic Nevus) Congenital melanocytic nevi often have hairs present.
Diaper Dermatitis (Candidiasis) Scattered papules and pustules are typical in a diaper area candida infection (yeast infection).
Diaper Rash (Irritant Diaper Dermatitis) Irritation from stool can cause skin breakdown in children wearing diapers.
Folliculitis Red bumps (non-pus-filled) centered on the hair follicle are typical of folliculitis.
Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) Small, grouped erosions, some of which are broken, display herpes simplex lesions in this infant’s diaper area.
Hives (Urticaria) Urticaria (hives) can be extensive, forming large areas of redness.
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